Free copy of Korg World Magazine with discount code KORGWORLDFREE
Korg World Magazine is a 28-page full colour magazine targeted at all Korg Pa arranger players. Featuring technical tips, help, and tutorials for all Pa players, this magazine will help to guide you through the wonderful features of the Pa arranger series of keyboards.
From using songbook, through to using effects, EQ and much more, the magazine will help using your Pa keyboard easier and give you lots of professional tips that will polish your performances. Featuring articles from top Korg musicians and the technical team, you will learn so much by becoming a subscriber to the magazine.
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The ultimate magazine for Korg owners. Featuring news from Korg, tutorials for Pa owners and lots of help and advice to get the most out of your keyboard. 28 page A4 full colour magazine with a soft touch outer cover - a premium owners magazine for a premium product. If you own a Pa arranger keyboard, this magazine will help to guide you through the features and get the most out of your instrument.
In edition 2:
The new Korg Konnect all in one stereo PA speaker
Pa 700 and Pa1000 songbook update information
News about various Korg club groups throughout the UK
Korg Kronology part 2
How to use Songbook part 1
Andy Carvill's letter from America
How to get the best strings tutorial
Shortcut map for the Shift button controls
PA effects - how to adjust effects on the Pa range
Subscribe to the Korg World magazine today and start to get the most our of your Pa instrument.
Korg World Edition 3 In this edition we have part 2 of using Songbook, a fabulous tutorial on editing EQ and getting a enhanced sound from your Pa arranger as well as a look at adding the Korg Kronos to an existing arranger setup. We also have letter from America with Andy Carvill, Korg Kronology featuring the CX-3 as well as a chat with Tony Lawton, a Korg customer who talks to us about his experience as a Korg owner. Subscribe today!
They say it's good to talk. Each edition we chat to one our magazine subscribers and ask how they came to choose their Korg instrument and ask them about their musical journey through Life. In this edition we talk to Tony Lawton, chairman of North Staffs Organ & Keyboard Club who owns Pa4X. If you are interested in being in our next edition, feel free to email email@example.com
Have you downloaded our Osimo software? We have a brand new update to our existing software, new registrations completely FREE for Korg Pa4X owners. Visit our site on June 1st to download your updated 1.2 version!
KORG debuts the newest High Performance Arranger in the acclaimed Pa-Series of Professional Arrangers, the Pa700.
With plenty of new sounds (featuring Defined Nuance Control for enhanced realism) which keep performances fresh and exciting, as well as an enormous expanded range of styles covering music genres from all over the world. Combine this with powerful performance functionality, an intuitive user interface, and rich, sculpted sound, and you have an Arranger for the most discerning and demanding player.
With more power than ever before and numerous long-awaited new features, the Pa1000 sets a new standard for arranger workstations.
A massive leap forward from the legendary and best selling Pa900, KORG has raised the bar of excellence by offering newer, even more realistic sounds and powerful new features, delivered in a slim and professional looking design, at an even more affordable price.
KORG has spent decades innovating new technologies designed to propel every keyboard performance to the highest level of excellence. KORG’s flagship Pa4X Professional Arranger continues this tradition with incredible refinements to every aspect of the sound quality—and with enhanced performance capabilities. The Pa4X Professional Arranger is more than a keyboard. It’s your backup band; your accompanist; and your musical director. It’s your soundman; your effects engineer; and your always in-tune background singers.